easyJet delays Ljubljana return until 2021

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Low cost carrier easyJet has delayed the resumption of its flights to Ljubljana until next year. The airline will now inaugurate its new service from London Luton to the Slovenian capital on January 15, 2021, while flights from London Gatwick are to be restored on January 1. Operations from Berlin will resume on March 28. Further changes remain likely. The airline initially planned to fly from London's two airports to Slovenia starting in December. As a result, Ljubljana Airport will not be served by low cost carriers for the rest of the year.

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  1. Anonymous10:57

    Not surprised about London. For the first time in history, CDG has registered more passengers compared to LHR.

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/oct/28/heathrow-overtaken-as-europe-largest-airport-by-charles-de-gaulle-london-covid-paris

    The London airports are currently not managing the airports efficiently. U2 has struggled a lot with this.

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  2. What do you mean? I’ve got bookings to LJU over Xmas with easyJet and Transavia that have not been cancelled yet

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    1. Anonymous12:11

      They have both cancelled flights. You will probably get informed soon.

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  3. Anonymous23:22

    Very sad but not surprising :(

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